You have to buy $50 dollars worth of Proctor and Gamble products and then you can get a coupon book with savings of $110.    The products must be purchased between August 20, 2010 and December 31, 2010.      Along with a rebate form, receipts must be submitted showing your purchases and then you can receive the coupons in the mail.     There are tons of Proctor and Gamble products that people purchase without even knowing.  You probably have amassed the $50 requirement already.   The Proctor and Gamble web site has a list of their products, which include: Pampers, Always, Tide, Duracell, and on…  With the Pampers baby diapers alone, I think I have already spent $50 since August 20, 2010 on Proctor and Gamble products.    Any taxes that you pay do not count towards the $50 and any coupons you use will not count against the $50.  It is what the shelf price of the item was in the store that matters.